Month: December 2016

Google Testing New User Interface for its Mobile Search Results

It seems Google is working on a new user interface for its mobile search results. A screen shot has been uploaded on Twitter by Tejas Thakkar which is proving the same. In the screen shot, search snippets showing the URL at the top, then the headline/title, followed by the description/snippet. You can see the screenshot …

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Google Display Network to Soon Display Ads With No Targeting Method selected

Google recently announced some changes regarding its Display Network starting on January 18, 2017. From January 18, Ads and/or Ad groups with no targeting method chosen will be displayed all the way through the entire Google Display Network (GDN). At present, ad groups with no targeting in place do not get served at all. If …

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Google Showing More Featured Snippets For More Queries

Nowadays Google is showing more featured snippets for more queries than ever before. Both RankRanger and Mozcast show a noteworthy rise in the percentage of queries on which Google is showing these featured snippets. Featured snippets are those answers which Google is displaying for many search queries directly in its search results. Benefit of Featured …

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Google will alter AMP display to make it easier to find & share publishers’ URLs

Google will soon make it easy to find and share publishers URLs for those who are viewing AMP content in Google search results and don’t understand why a publisher’s URL isn’t showing. At present, AMP(accelerated mobile pages) content are loaded in a different way by Google than other content. When someone clicks on a regular content, it …

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Google AMP reports can now distinguish between critical and non-critical errors

Google has updated the AMP report in its Search Console to differentiate between the critical and non-critical issues. Critical issues refers to those errors that would prevent your page from being shown in the search results, and non-critical issues refers to those errors that are not critical enough to prevent them from showing. So, if …

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